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Dr. Family Disposable Non-Medical Adult Face Masks (KN95)
Dr. Family Disposable Non-Medical Adult Face Masks (KN95)
Dr. Family Disposable Non-Medical Adult Face Masks (KN95)
Dr. Family Disposable Non-Medical Adult Face Masks (KN95)

Dr. Family Disposable Non-Medical Adult Face Masks (KN95)

Prix régulier $9.99
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Comfortable, lightweight, and effective, this mask is your daily protection solution during travel, work, or leisure.

  • Each Pack Contains 5 KN95 Masks
  • Features 5 Layers of Protection
  • Health Canada Authorized
  • Adjustable Nose Clip
  • Comfortable Ear Loops
  • Soft & Comfy Material
  • For Indoor & Outdoor Use
  • Filtration Efficiency Above 98.56

Health Canada Approved:
• Issue Date: 2020-11-10
• IO Authorization ID: 319402
• Device ID: X002JKMF1R

 

Dr. Famly 5-ply Protective Face Masks are made with high-quality materials and a well-fitted design. Each mask has comfortable elastic ear loops that are super-soft and eliminate ear pressure. The inner layer is made of soft facial tissue, is non-pigmented and soft to the skin.

These masks can protect you from air particles and pollutants. Helps prevent coughing and sneezing droplets from entering the nose and mouth. Five protective layers help you purify each breath.

How Does it Work?

KN95s are closely related to N95s, but only the latter is approved for use in medical settings. Both are rated to filter out 95 percent of very small particles.

Due to the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) at the start of the pandemic, Health Canada has authorized the use of KN95 masks as a suitable alternative for N95 masks.

Health Canada will continue to authorize KN95 medical respirators in Canada through the Interim Order pathway.

Pathway 1: Interim Order Authorizations for the sale and importation of medical devices related to COVID-19. ... This pathway is for manufacturers of all classes of devices, including Class I devices such as masks and respirators (including KN95) that are not approved in Canada and are needed in relation to COVID-19